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There had been some misgivings, lest the Prince might meet with an uncourteous or at least a cold and uncordial reception.
And before the pause grew uncordial she fixed on one of them, namely, "my sister-in-law, Lady Meyrick."
ARUNDELEDWARD FREDERIC BENSON
We just took to our screws and the open sea as though glad to get away from an uncordial "week-end."
THE PACIFIC TRIANGLESYDNEY GREENBIE
I noticed a group of half a dozen men standing near the door, and there seemed something uncordial in the look they gave me.
I saw these things passing through his jealous heart as we talked together with uncordial civility.
CAPTAIN CANOTBRANTZ MAYER
It will have been observed that he was not quite uncordial with Mr. Moore.
SHIRLEYCHARLOTTE BRONT
His bow was stiff and uncordial, and he made no movement to offer his hand.
THE HILLMANE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Our reception would seem to be uncordial: we are miserably housed in the heart of the village, which is a beggarly one.
The visitors were left on a partly cleared shore, separated from their uncordial hosts by some twenty yards of deep water.
THE PATHLESS TRAILARTHUR O. (ARTHUR OLNEY) FRIEL
Wyvern went round with his uncordial host to the stables, while the others remained on the stoep to watch it.

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